About Hyun Kyu Choi
Hyun Kyu Choi is a practitioner of Oriental medicine. He is a NCCAOM board-certified and licensed acupuncturist in the Commonwealth of Virginia. He graduated from Liaoning P.I.T.C.T.T.T. Chinese Medicine AE. He was a faculty member of the Korean Military Academy for over ten years where he taught acupuncture and Hapkido. In addition to his Fairfax, Virginia practice, he was a professor at the Virginia University of Oriental Medicine.
Hyun Kyu Choi is a second-generation Oriental medicine practitioner. He grew up at his father’s knee learning treatments for a wide range of diseases and conditions. He is now teaching his son his medical theories and treatment skills. His son will be the third-generation oriental medicine practitioner in this Christian family.
With over thirty years of experience, and a lifetime of training, he has developed unique insights and knowledge. He developed Myung-Mun Acupuncture technique and combined magnetic acupuncture, which known as needle-less acupuncture. To share his skills and experience, he founded the MyungMun Research Group of Korean Medicine.
His special interests include pain relief, internal medicine, atopic dermatitis, allergies, sinusitis, diabetes, hypertension, cancer care, thyroid diseases, and gynecological disorders. He also specializes in auto accident related injuries.
Hyun Kyu Choi is also a Grandmaster of martial arts. He learned Korean tradition martial arts of Taekwondo and Hapkido at Yong In University and also teaches martial arts classes. He has received certificates of excellence in sports leadership from the President of the United States in 1997, 2007, and 2014.
No one enjoys pain, and neither do we. Many people worry if there will be pain with acupuncture when the needle penetrates the skin. From his own long-term studies, Hyun-Kyu Choi discovered a new therapy that is “Needle Free Acupuncture” with "Absolutely NO pain with and with better results" compared to using acupuncture needles. He uses Magnetic Acupuncture Therapy with developed acupuncture techniques that show better result in many ways. There are many of his fellow disciples who are learning magnetic therapy and new acupuncture needle techniques called “Myung-Mun(meaning 'Gate of Vitality')” Chim (meaning 'acupuncture needle' in Korean) from him worldwide, and they are currently official Medicine Doctor/ Acupuncturist.
A brief history of Magnets for Healing
In the west, Aristotle wrote in 3000 B.C. about the use of magnets for healing purposes. In 1939, Albert Davis rediscovered that the two poles of a magnet have different biological effect. Davis' basic finding was that one pole stimulated living organisms, and the other pole calmed them. Careful research carried out in the past thirty years with the aid of powerful microscopes and other sophisticated equipment and techniques has solidly supported the value of magnet forces in the healing process. Here are no doubts as to its efficacy, and rarely are adverse effects reported. Swiss physician Marcus Weber (1992) describes a study of the results of pulsed magnetic fields on 1,712 patients with inflammations, joint and organ disorders, fractures and acute injuries and circulatory disorders. Over 60 percent of the physicians evaluated the results as either very good or good; no side effects were observed.
Hyun-Kyu Choi derived inspiration from these factors that magnet itself has a special force that can replace acupuncture needles.
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